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STIFF 2019 Fri 7pm Local Content Showcase

Seattle Transmedia & Independent Film Festival

Friday, July 26, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

STIFF 2019 Fri 7pm Local Content Showcase

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Locally sourced content.Filmmakers in attendance include: '@SelfieJunkie' -director Ty huffer; 'Crazy Cat Lady'- written by Carrie Wachob and directed by James Winters and Carrie Wachob;'For Neesa' -director Marshal Hunter; '#REFORMED' -director Chris Newell; 'The Second Thursday of the Month' -Bethanne Stevens (Director), Tom Boland (Main Performer), Austin Fields (Performer). Join us at the after party for just $20. Tickets here: https://tinyurl.com/y4grx6t7
3d 22h 20m $12.00 $1.36

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A sampling of the Seattle area's finest local filmmakers. See a variety of home grown content in this block for just $12! Then if you want to mingle with the filmmakers, sign up for the after party starting right after the local block finishes.Ticket link here:

https://tinyurl.com/y4grx6t7

This film block will include the following films (alphabetically):



Crazy Cat Lady

Directed by James Winters & Carrie Wachob

When Betty can't make it home to her darling Waffles, she must find another way to spend her last moments on earth.


 


Emotional Tourist - Raising a New Generation

Directed by Alvaro Letelier 

Highly personal in its approach, but global in its vision, EMOTIONAL TOURIST explores ways we can increase peace and create nurturing, creative spaces for future generations.

 

 

 

Eye In The Sky

Directed by Vinny Ravuri 

A man walking through a forest wishes to experience life from a bird's perspective, and inadvertently possesses the animal and starts seeing a montage of aerial perspectives from a bird's eye. 

 


For Neesa

Directed by Marshal Hunter 

Mystic forces swirl around Fran, a woman alone in a dangerous world. But nothing can stop the power of a mother's love.

 

 


FRAUD

Directed by Camille Winslow

Sarah is trying her best to climb the corporate ladder and excel in her career, but she cannot shake the feeling that something is wrong. 

 

 


Haunted Wharf: Ethel and the Merman

Directed by Andrew Tribolini  

Haunted Wharf: Ethel and the Merman tells the story of three women going to the beach for their annual weekend getaway. Things get interesting when they encounter the ghost of Ethel Merman, and her companion Fernando, a merman. 

 


Inner Dogma

Directed by Michael Marquess

Canine entity "Dogman" struggles to find meaning in his life, controlled by his father-like friend "Paul", who pressures him to finish his dreaded "application papers." As their bond deteriorates, Dogman begins to question his true identity under his facade, and the underlying principles that guide him true. His Inner Dogma.

 

 


Inserts - Episode #1: "Good Game"

Directed by Myles Ross 

A young boy challenges his father to an old game of skipping stones...



 


Maasai Olympics: The Hunt for Medals, Not Lions

Directed by James Suter

The Maasai Olympics represent a history-changing shift from killing to conservation. At the behest of the Menye Layiok, or Maasai "cultural fathers," Big Life established this organized sporting event in 2012 based on traditional Maasai warrior skills to replace the long-held tradition of hunting lions as a mark of manhood, bravery, and prestige.

 

 

The Man Who Does Nothing

Directed by Josh Helzerman 

A profile of a man who does nothing as performance art.


The Real Santa

Directed by Robert O'Twomney

Dear, sweet Sally enlists the help of the real Santa Clause to make her dark Christmas wish come true...but at a price she might not understand. 

 

#REFORMED

Directed by Chris Newell

A shadowy hacker takes a job with a lobby coffee stand to case her next target. As a dogged FBI agent closes in on her, a crisis may lead her to a choice that exposes her whole illicit scheme.

 

 

The Second Thursday of the Month

Directed by Bethanne Stevens

Two magicians in Seattle strugge to put on a monthly show.

 

 

@SelfieJunkie

Directed by Ty Huffer

Social media addict Ingrid receives an unwanted visitor during a midnight bathroom trip.


 

Typhoid Mary

Directed by Dolores Rogers 

In 1907, an Irish immigrant cook was found to be the first known healthy carrier of typhoid in the United States. Mary Mallon was held on North Brother Island, New York City for a total of 26 years.

 

Filmmakers in attendance include:

'@SelfieJunkie' -director Ty huffer

'Crazy Cat Lady'- written by Carrie Wachob and directed by James Winters and Carrie Wachob

'For Neesa' -director Marshal Hunter

'#REFORMED' -director Chris Newell

'The Second Thursday of the Month' -Bethanne Stevens (Director), Tom Boland (Main Performer), Austin Fields (Performer)

Have questions about STIFF 2019 Fri 7pm Local Content Showcase? Contact Seattle Transmedia & Independent Film Festival

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The Factory Luxe
3100 Airport Way South
Seattle, WA 98134

Friday, July 26, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)


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